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New Report: Impacts of Climate Change on Mental Health

The American Psychological Association, Climate for Health, and ecoAmerica highlight the mental health consequences of climate change in their March 2017 report, "Mental Health and Our Changing Climate: Impacts, Implications, and Guidance". 

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CAHA Submission to the Review of Australia’s Climate Change Policies

CAHA has made a submission to the Review of Australia's Climate Change Policies which is being led by the Department of Environment and Energy. 

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Workshop: Advocacy and Organising on Climate Change and Health

This Workshop provides an exciting opportunity for health professionals to learn strategic campaigning and organising skills to support their advocacy for action on climate change.

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Premier's Sustainability Awards Entries

Victoria’s health sustainability leaders are being urged to enter this year’s Premier’s Sustainability Awards and share their insights with people, organisations and companies across the state.

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Registration open for Healthcare Environmental Sustainability Forum

The two-day forum is an opportunity for people from diverse health backgrounds to learn, network and collaborate, and ultimately to further our environmental sustainability in healthcare work.

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Organiser - Advocacy Campaign

The Our Climate Our Health Campaign, currently lead by the Climate and Health Alliance, is looking for an energetic and dynamic Organiser.

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New Zealand | GGHH Members’ Meeting

During the last week of February, five District Health Boards in the North Island of New Zealand came together to discuss regional priorities, challenges and projects, and work together in key areas. 

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CAHA congratulates Dr Peter Orris

CAHA congratulates Dr. Peter Orris on his Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Global Health, awarded by the World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA) at the 15th World Congress on Public Health last week in Melbourne. 

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CAHA presentations at 15th World Congress on Public Health

The 15th World Congress on Public Health, held last week in Melbourne, was a fantastic opportunity to share CAHA’s work with public health professionals from around the world. 

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Latrobe Valley to benefit from cleaner air and better health

The Climate and Health Alliance has welcomed Engie’s decision to close its Hazelwood coal-fired power station, saying this will immediately improve the health of the thousands of people living nearby.

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